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Speaking at ADIPEC 2020 Virtual
Time: 13:25 – 14:10
Date: Wednesday, 11 November 2020
How can energy companies ensure they continue to survive during and beyond the 20’s?
In times of uncertainty, innovation, talent retention, operational resilience and sustainability are critical to reducing capital and operational spending whilst stimulating smart industry growth. How are companies creating economic value? What will the partnerships of the future look like? What are the disruptive technologies of the future? How are leaders retaining talent and rethinking leadership?
Yaser Saeed Almazrouei, Executive Director, Upstream Directorate, ADNOC
Olivier Le Peuch, CEO, Schlumberger
Dr.-Ing. Christian Bruch, President and CEO, Siemens Energy AG and Siemens Gas and Power Management GmbH
Moderator: Muqsit Ashraf, Senior Managing Director, Global Energy, Accenture
Time: 14:45 – 15:30
Date: Thursday, 12 November 2020
How will the downstream industry respond to the severe disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic?
With the outlook for demand and oil prices uncertain, and the pace of economic recovery still unclear, downstream operators face the prospect of rapidly changing markets. What impact will these changes have on product trading, demand and supply? With IMO regulations in place, what are the implications for marine fuel product demand and pricing? What effect will this and the on-going price volatility, have on refining margins?
Philippe Boisseau, CEO, CEPSA
Wim Roels, CEO, Borouge PTE
Moderator: Jason Bordoff, Founding Director, Center on Global Energy Policy and Professor of Professional Practice International Affairs, Columbia University